NYC Paying Up to $75M For Wrongful Summonses

Print More

The summonses were issued for minor offenses, like disorderly conduct, trespassing and drinking in public — quality-of-life concerns that had been a major theme of New York policing for two decades. Plaintiffs argued that the summonses were part of a policy that was “selectively and disproportionately enforced in minority communities . . .

Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!